Honor Society brings Salvation Army Rock the Red Kettle Tour

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Tour encourages fans to volunteer with The Salvation Army during the holiday season.

Following the release of its new album “A Tale of Risky Business: Part 2,” Honor Society will be performing its acclaimed music around the country in support of The Salvation Army›s first-ever Rock the Red Kettle Tour. Throughout the tour, Honor Society will ask fans to support The Salvation Army during the Christmas season.

“We couldn’t be more excited to tour,” said Michael Bruno, lead singer for Honor Society. “It’s been such a life-changing experience working with The Salvation Army and we’re ready to be out on the road, playing concerts, encouraging our amazing fan base to get in the spirit of giving and to be part of this iconic Salvation Army tradition.”

The Rock the Red Kettle Tour with Honor Society—featuring Michael Bruno, Andrew Lee, Jason Rosen and Alexander Noyes—will raise awareness of The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign, which raised a national record $142 million in 2010. The tour will kick off in Orlando, Fla., Nov. 26 and will conclude in Los Angeles. On Dec. 17, Honor Society will be part of a star-studded lineup at the second annual Rock the Red Kettle Concert at Universal City Walk. Honor Society will perform its last show of the tour on Dec. 18 at the Roxy.

“We wanted our new album, ‘A Tale of Risky Business: Part 2’ to inspire change, both musically and socially, and to encourage the next generation of philanthropists,” said Alexander Noyes, drummer for Honor Society. “We are so fortunate to have this opportunity and to support the important work being done by The Salvation Army.”

In addition to giving to the red kettles that will be posted at store fronts in November and December, for the seventh year in a row The Salvation Army will allow fans to become online bell-ringers and host an Online Red Kettle at onlineredkettle.org. A complete listing of tour stops can be found at honorsocietymusic.com.

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